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Football: Back Gordon Strachan whatever, says Dundee boss

Scotland boss Gordon Strachan with Dundee manager Paul Hartley

Paul Hartley says Scotland manager should finish campaign

12:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Football: Stuart Armstrong makes case for a Scotland start

Celtic's Jozo Simunovic scores his side's first goal against Dundee at Dens Park

Celtic midfielder Armstrong ready to shine for Strachan

12:00am Monday 20 March 2017

Football: Celtic won't rely on other club's mistakes

Chris Davies is focussing on Dundeethis weekend

CELTIC have not relied on anyone else so far this season and assistant boss Chris Davies insists they are not about to start now.

12:00am Saturday 18 March 2017

Meet Context 959, the hospital patient who died 700 years ago

Dr Chris Rynn’s pictures show the evolution of the man known as Context 959

THIS is the face of a patient from the 13th century that a research team from Dundee University has helped colleagues in Cambridge to reconstruct.

12:00am Thursday 23 March 2017

Letters: Direct state funding for research pays back with jobs and growth

ICI: Dominated British industry

JOHN Bratton highlights two important and interdependent attributes of a modern, socially-responsible nation: opportunities for that county’s workforce and scientific research funding (The future is not risk free whether we stay or remain in the UK,…

12:00am Thursday 23 March 2017

Kevin McKenna: Pitiful, pointless Labour keep fighting the wrong enemy

In the past 12 months, Kezia Dugdale and Jeremy Corbyn have signalled they have no issue with the prospect of another referendum on Scottish independence

AS ALMOST every speech made by a Labour MSP at Holyrood yesterday turned into an anti-Nationalist harangue it was as though this once-proud party was pronouncing its own death rites.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

New heart disease drug hailed as ‘game-changer’

Seven sites in Scotland took part in trials for evolocumab, including a group of patients at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee

A NEW drug has outperformed statins and has been shown to lower “bad cholesterol” to unprecedented levels, cutting the risk of heart attacks by more than 20 per cent in what is being called a “game-changer” for high-risk patients.

12:00am Saturday 18 March 2017

Letters II: GERS is like trying to describe a Dali work to a blind man

Indescribable: Salvador Dali

IN Scotland, we are kept in the darkest box in the darkest room in the last remnants of the British Empire. Unfortunately, due to our geographic location we were the first to be colonised and as it stands we are one of the last colonies left.…

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Shifting fingerprints could aid forensic teams in their fight against crime, study shows

Fingerprints deposited on surfaces are a complex mixture of water, fats and salts

FINGERPRINTS left at the scene of a crime can move after they are deposited, research reveals.

12:00am Wednesday 22 March 2017

Football: Crucial role appears to be Ferguson’s to lose

Barry Ferguson may seem a natural choice fpr Pedro Caixinha but will he be happy to be a number two?

Former skipper Barry in pole position for Ibrox job

12:00am Tuesday 21 March 2017
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